Optum Serve Preparedness and Emergency Response team is hosting our Second Quarterly Healthcare Roundtable of 2023 at the NACCHO Preparedness Summit being held April 24 – 27 in Atlanta.
Join us as we delve into the question: What are the innovative strategies to empower resilience building in communities at high risk of disaster impact?
- What are the tools or resources needed to be ready?
- How can we prepare for frequent, progressive and often simultaneous crises?
- How do we leverage the data to build solid solutions?
- Looking beyond COVID, how do we structure our actions going forward
- How do we employ public and private sectors to work together in partnerships to solidify progress and deliver innovation?
We are inviting healthcare leaders, industry experts, policy makers and those who serve our diverse populations across the globe to join our next critical discussion on how to collaboratively work toward solutions for the most pressing healthcare challenges. After three years, the healthcare system is still facing huge issues stemming from the global pandemic.
We will host a live panel discussion with invited subject matter experts, but please join us to listen in and ask questions as our panel delves deeper into this and related topics.
Please contact us if you are interested in lending your voice to this critical conversation.
Date Time April 24, 2023 10:30 to 11:30 am
Location NACCHO Preparedness Summit, Hyatt Regency Atlanta
265 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia
Format Panel discussion with audience participation
Opening remarks: Lashanda Cobbs
Q & A
Second Quarterly Preparedness Roundtable Panelists:
LaShanda Cobbs SVP, Public Health Strategy and Enterprise Integration Optum Serve/United Health Group
Ethan Berke Chief Public Health Officer & SVP Enterprise Integration & Innovation at Optum Serve
Christine Kosmos Division Director, Division of State and Local Readiness (DSLR) at CDC/DDPHSIS/CPR/DSLR
Jeffrey Schlegelmilch Director, National Center for Disaster Preparedness (NCDP), Columbia Climate School
Mickey Scullard HPP-PHEP Cross Program Coordinator | Emergency Preparedness and Response
Michael J. Consuelos Vice President, Provider Enterprise Strategy
Kandra Strauss-Riggs Director of Preparedness & Recovery at Optum Serve
Still on the fence about joining us, see what attendees had to say about the first Healthcare Roundtable.